Vincent De Sapio

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The synthesis of human motion is a complex procedure that involves accurate reconstruction of movement sequences, modeling of musculoskeletal kinematics, dynamics and actuation, and characterization of reliable performance criteria. Many of these processes have much in common with the problems found in robotics research. Task-based methods used in robotics(More)
We present a new approach for identifying features of ligand-protein binding interfaces that predict binding selectivity and demonstrate its effectiveness for predicting kinase inhibitor specificity. We analyzed a large set of human kinases and kinase inhibitors using clustering of experimentally determined inhibition constants (to define specificity(More)
Finding the balance between security, privacy, and usability for mobile authentication has been an active area of research for the past several years. Many researchers have taken advantage of the availability of multiple sensors on mobile devices and have used these data to train classifiers to authenticate users. For example, implicit authentication(More)
With increased rates of smartphone theft over the past decade, mobile authentication systems that operate on a continual basis are a necessity to meet increasing demands for user privacy, device usage, and authentication accuracy. Rather than forcing end users to continually self-authenticate via password pins or through other means on a time-interval basis(More)
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